Runescape Native Client Linux How To
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 4, 2012
For a long time I've had issues playing Runescape on linux. Mostly sound and or full screen support. This is resolved by using the jagex runescape native client. But wait?! Isnt the Runescape native client windows or mac-os only? Well not anymore! Use the following to download extract and create a executable jar file for runescape, without having to worry about having your account being hacked or stolen.
First you need to install p7zip, you can do this easily with the following:
sudo apt-get install p7zip-full
Now we should be able to get started quickly. The remaining is easy and can be completed in just a few minutes.
mkdir -p ~/runescape/icon
7z x -oextracted runescape.msi
cp ~/runescape/extracted/JagexAppletViewerJarFile.* jagexappletviewer.jar
cp ~/runescape/extracted/JagexAppletViewerPngFile ~/runescape/icon/jagexappletviewer.png
Now at this point we should have the jagexapple
Ask a windows game developer to take advantage of NaCl (native client) thread.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 10, 2012
Case A: You asked for linux support and they said yes, AWESOME. Job done.
Case B: you and many other people asked over and over (usually in their forums) and they keep saying NO!...
Some reasons why they say NO:
1- Their developers only specialize on windows and xbox live using msft tools.
2- Their engine doesnt support other "platforms".
3- They ported already to mac, so they dont see a reason for a linux port. We'll think about it in 2030.
4- No $ to hire a linux dev.
5- investment is too high.
6- investment is too high.
7- " " " ".
So if you stumbled with Case B, what are your options?
But there is a new one that is getting momentum and a good number of developers (big and small) are willing to explore and take advantage of: nacl.
What is Nacl you ask?
Native Client (NaCl) allows you to port your existing apps (C, C++, C#, etc.) to the web while maintaining just one code base. Spacetime Studios ported their multiplayer online
Native Client missing from Chrome/Chromium
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 26, 2015
Anybody ever have this issue? I can't figure it out. I'm working on my brothers machine via teamviewer and the issue is trying to use the videostream extention, it'll say the native client plugin is missing which going to chrome://plugins confirms. I've reinstalled both chrome and chromium without luck. I've also manually downloaded the native client sdk from the google website and installed which seems to work until you try to use it. The machine is running Mint 17.2 but did it on 17.1 as well. Not sure if it means something but when it's run and the machine craps out on my brothers end (black screen, appears crashed) I still have it running on my end on teamviewer. I haven't been able to google much up on this one, any ideas?
Run Google Native Client (naclsdk) on Samsung Chromebook
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I was trying to follow the the installation tutorial of the Native Client SDK found here. However, my Samsung Chromebook (in developer mode) does not want to run ./naclsdk (chmod +x done), but instead returns the following:
32-bit runtime environment was not found on this
system. Specifically the 32-bit dynamic loader which is needed by the NaCl
compilers was not found ('/lib/ld-linux.so.2'). On modern debian/ubuntu
systems this is included in the 'libc6:i386' package.
On here they write that the PNaCl should run on ARM computers, however, on some other forums I read that wasn't the case. I've tried enabling two flags, as described on a site which I can't post due to a lack of reputation, but it looks like that'll only change things when using PNaCl, not during the installation of the SDK.
Is it possible to install that SDK on my Chromebook and, if so, how?
Calling Windows API from Native Client/Pepper Plugin
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
My intention is to create a chrome plugin for the windows users. Is that possible to call windows api from Native Client /PPAPI. If possible how?
LXer: Join Thousands Of Linux Users Asking Google For Native Drive Client Updates
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 2, 2013
Published at LXer:
Imagine 15,000 people, all desperately wanting to use your product – so much so that they take time out of their day to sign a petition. That’s the case for Google: a Change.org petition demanding a Linux version of Google Drive is rapidly approaching its goal of 15,000 signatures. Google Drive is two things: the highly anticipated sync service from the web giant, and the name for the web service once called Google Docs. Linux users can currently use Google’s web products without issue, but not the syncing service – there’s no official client for the open source operating system.
Osmos will be getting a native linux client
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 31, 2009
From the faq part of the website
"Does Osmos run well on Windows emulators on Mac or Linux? (While we’re waiting for the “native” versions…)
It does! Some fine folk have reported back to us that it works well via Crossover and Parallels on Mac, and via Wine and VirtualBox on Linux. If it Osmos doesn’t work for you right away, it’s likely that you need to install the Microsoft Visual Studio (C++) 2005 Redistributable Runtime on whatever platform you’re using. Note that Osmos does not seem to be playable on a Mac with VMware Fusion because VMware has no OpenGL support.
When will Osmos be available on other platforms (Mac, Linux, others…)?
When it’s done! But seriously though — we’re a two-man shop and there’s lots of work do to. Now that we’ve shipped Osmos on the first platform (PC), you can be certain that we’re looking forward and thinking about the future of Osmos on other platforms. It’ll be a few months before Osmos appears
[SOLVED] native email client
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 7, 2011
I need help in setting up the native e-mail client included in Debian Squeeze. My ultimate goal is to have the Debian e-mail client download e-mail messages and process attachments automatically. Any help on this issue would be greatly appreciated.
Cmon. We need a decent native FTP client!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 8, 2007
I really feel it's time that someone started developing a *decent* FTP client, native to GNOME that doesn't suck. I've seen all the popular ones so far, but right now I'm using the FireFTP extension for firefox. I don't like it, but I'm forced to use it because I don't like any of the native FTP apps we have now.
Just a shoutout to any developer out there, and I thought I'd tell the community what I think.
If there is already a decent FTP client (other than Nautilus, gFTP...) that is worth mentioning, please do!
Mangler A native ventrilo linux client
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 11, 2009
<inigo montoya>lemme 'splain.... no wait.. there's too much... lemme sum up</inigo montoya>
This post seems to be the Ubuntu support thread for the time being, so here's the current situation:
Mangler 1.0 was released on 12/1/2009. The current release version is 1.0.1 as of 1/8/2010 and both are fully functional. This thread contains a lot of info dating back a few months.
For the latest information, visit the Mangler website at http://www.mangler.org/
For the latest discussion, obviously, go to the last page of this thread.
Original post from around october or so:
Over the past couple of months, we have made great progress on implementing a native Ventrilo client for Linux. We are happy to announce a release date of December 1st, 2009!
At long last, no more trying to get vent working in WINE. No more scripts to make push to talk work properly. No more hassle than installing a package.
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